Style Notes: Net-a-Porter Merges With Yoox; Versace in Hot Water for Plagiarism

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Net-a-Porter founder Natalie Massenet

Because you need stuff to talk about at happy hour.

Former reality star and very practical person Olivia Palermo has teamed up with Aspinal of London to design a limited-edition tote bag that both looks good and — wait for it — charges your phone. It's about time. [Elle]

Though there were rumors that Net-a-Porter was in talks to be purchased by Amazon, the luxury e-retailer's parent company Richemont confirmed Tuesday that it would instead be merging with Yoox to become "Yoox Net-a-Porter Group." [WWD]

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While in New York to present Chanel's Paris-Salzburg collection, Karl Lagerfeld treated his favorite supermodels (BFFs Cara Delevingne, Kendall Jenner, and Gigi Hadid) and other famous faces, including Kris Jenner, Katy Perry and Alexa Chung, to a #CruiseWithKarl across the Hudson River. [Harper's Bazaar]

Across the water in Manhattan, more famous people — including Beyonce, Rihanna and Madonna — partied at midtown's Moynihan Station to celebrate the launch of Jay Z's new music streaming service, Tidal. [Marie Claire]

Amid support from fans on social media, Los Angeles-based artist Kesh plans to sue Versace for plagiarizing her designs, which were first featured in her American Apparel capsule collection in 2013. [Fashionista]